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I THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1933
THE WAYNESVILLE MOUNTAINEER
To Feature Com
Interior View Of Sears, Robuck Store
munity Week Sale1
Popular Store Recently Moved
Into Lanre New Quarters
A i ter -i-rvini: for ma
people of VA ester:; Ni
. n North Market street
i-v war tlio
anil Company is now
r.i'.v store in the Hay
:; Haywood street, in
'io of tho tinest coni-
n opera. ion in me
1 I "- " !x ;f,
tf If ft f,yr
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I : -lfJil'k 1 flM, jigSSSa vattii in thru
I f ' VFfxlV fpMwV iff w :.,;,:
tivm t inio to
now features whi
A pretty young woman tiads hcr
o..if in t',ii-ali in Now York wii.h a
.. miin who addresses her
dearinjrlv and .-peaks of "an awful
shock." ' When he loaves her for a
moment at a drug store she drives on.
for she fears him. She stops at the
Uiltmore. still wondering who she is.
Her memory gone. From the evidence
of her clothing and wedding ring, in
scribed "II. L. V. U. 1). M May 1!',
.-he concludes she is married to
a wealthy man. At the lliltmore the
nameless n'irl meets a young woman
who sneaks of her desire to go W
inked away from Mr-. Hu Val
spoke. Helow her eyes was a
ta of formal terraces dropping
:v below another and ending m a
They were sitting on a gras.-y tloor-
room set airain-t the iiouse, arm
walled on one side by a rock garden,
and on the other by. a latdi'e of i-limb-ing
roses. Lunch was spread on a
gaily tiled taMe. They were waiting
for Oscar 1U Val to come from his
studios and o n with them.
Mrs. lu Val's lingers were busy as
usual with erochet.ng. She did no;
look up. but. I 'oris saw that she was
Kcno f..r a divorce, it she can gel me ( .......
t:., M-ith tli,- "Rocky left ordei
IIIMIlv t . 1 III. V 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 n " i " 1 1 -
namele.-s girl's purse, and $900,
An elderly' woman -Mrs. Oseas Du
. . . : i i
al. ci'duiHy greets the nameless giu. i
ad.;r -r-ing her as "Doris " wife ot
.Mi-. la ValV son. .Rocky. Uocky is
a' i.Md. a::d Horis. ill bewildered, is
tak. M t . 'he hi.me ot 11 1, Pu al ana
er M-uitr husband. Oscar. Hons
i:i 1- ..' witli Rooky's )ln.ograph
.aim.''., remember having married
NOW bl) ON T
ithorV -toi ies, she h;id
humorous irony) of
career And gradU-
l!e.-i.!es his m
listened to his
(tinged witli a
ally .-he hid formeil a picture of this
Rocky Du Va! to wliom she was mar
ried. He 'merged now as a lover, a
person more leal than anyone -he had I
ever met. Slit looked eagerly toward j
r.he day when he. w ould write to her (
because . he thought that certainly
when she looked at the intimate words
of her husband written to her. his
wife, she would remember' and know
for all time w hat she still groped and
Meantime' she thought of him as he.
ing the tall careless :ype fond of out
door life, "lie likes out. loor life when
it isn't too strenuous.'' M r Du Val had
chuckled. Mr. Du Val said that like
his father he made friends everywhere
but he had inherited his keen business
sense from his mother. He had had a
rceem. promotion in ins nnn winca
would send him to Paris frequently. 1
But no letter came. A week passed, j
and another week. June eame bring-j
P.vl'i'', return. Then Mrs. DU ,
Va! got a letter from him. but of Doris
it said only. "Doris strikes me as being
verv husky, so there is no need to
worry about her- Ju-. see that she
gets 'plenty of sunshine and goes to
bed ( arly every night.''
TbU s.'mnded far from loverlike anff
Doris felt, suddenly cold all ove
Mi. Iin V:il iea.1 it aloud to he
Tl,, V.,1 lOne.l ..ilsn til fool SOllU" lack
that vou are no.
to go into New i ork. you know.
This wa - rather surpri-ing Dori:;
lifted her pretty brows. "Why not ?'
"You know Rocky'.- reasons better
that 1. You were wth him, were you
not when ho spoke to mo over r.he
j..;. phono You perhaps he ..rd him
make mo give him my promise.4'
What liarni would it do for me to
go into New York'.'"
"Ah. t ". -: Rocky " sighe.l 'Mrs. Du
Val. 'Dei liaps our boy is a little of
n'lvt-co pas? hat do you
At the time he made me to
I had the idea that you were
-shall we say a little too gay
in your habit's?. Rut -ince I know that
this is not the case --I 'rather wonder
.,. that boy Rocky."
"It's "certainly ,-ather unstial "
people who have
time with the
h are incorpor
ated in this new store, a "Community
Sale" has been planned which will bo
i cove-wide even and sneeial values
will bo offered in every department,
especially those which cater to rural
Soars, Roebuck has built up an en
viable reputation on quality mer
chandise at low prices and this has
boon accomplished through a qualified
personnel and executives trained and
capable of taking care of the entire
needs of the family It is through
this careful knowledge of tho markets
and especially at the present time
with prices rising in most every com
modity that the company is able to
offer this "Community Sib'" to the
people of this section.
Sears Roebuck is ope
the large,- corporations
lv in line with I'resi.l
and the National R.vov
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Robucli and onipany sum
..'low. an ama tive we
,.! buil.ium :n Asb.vibe.
.1 tl;e new S.ai
been so 1
hate to I
it, for she said con-olingly.
k-.'.ter will come tomorrow.
F,Ul it ilidif,: come, though
began wistfidly to watch for the
man's daily visits. The word-
is no need to worry about her."
Doris wonder again if he,- young
"You tind it dull
lib. no. You've
vou 'about it- but I
"Why do vou w
York?" . ..
Doris could think of no convincing
answer. "I'd like to . do some hfp
)ilig," she said haltingly. Then she
(lushed with emb i i rassment . She bad
no mom y. With what could she ..shop?
"What is it' vou need?" said Mrs.
Du Val kindly,
Dori-' tried hard to think. "Oh some
thread. Some red thread to mend a
Tip in. .my red dross, and. some darning
Doris felt ashamed and desperate
It was impossible for her to go to
New York without money. To suppose
she Were not .Mrs. Rocky Du Val
si cmed now simply'! morbid imagining.
If she weren't then where was the real
Mrs. Rocky lu Val? She would have
turned un long ago. surely. She ..-at
I lookmir at Mrs: Du
in nisi v on witri nor ci o
After a; moment the French wo
man's rich voicp. began to How like an
organ ; pulling out stops of jop ami
gloom ecstasy and despair. "1 know
how is it when vou are young. Doris.
want to see
Oil t 111
p. out s in t be city, - an
e'f'-.town patrons a hire;
i local. .1 rn rear of th
he . r icing of au'om
An !i '. tioii iia- lien ollered by
o ( hi, -ago -'ore !'..r all -World Kair
iti.'r.- to make it their headquarters
.c.x position. ' '
le: you have those
know vou have
1 1 : i few in n u
.hi in and llu y
'Mir. Du Val told iier hu-iiaiid that
'sii,. was talillle 1 lol 1 tlllo New ol'K
t liat' al'iei noon-
"li'e mil down bis sliouii at once, lie
t i ll sl le -hi' ! .' f "'e
iliuui oik lit. ciiambriiv.
. iiitovced Hir ciiulimi.l.
i i v s. i v ieeabie. Kill! til.
li iple '.'.it'T.c I.
W i le
Men's I'irsl Quality: Low Priced
ike anff 1 turned up long ii
r whenj biting her lip and
r. Mrs i Val who kept .'msi
band did know ol tire .condition in
which she found herself mentally. Had
the Du Vals. after all. suspected it?
Was ;hat why Mrs. Du Val was con
stantly fussing over her, urging gentle
exercise: on her, making, her take naps,
begging he,- to take sunbaths, and for
ever babbling about, "such a time'"' .
No That was impossible. 'Hit Du
VaU "showed no sign, of guessing that
Doris could not remember anything.
'Yet Rockv's letter let',, her more than
clightlv disquieted. The old doubts
came hack. -Supposing, she were h. it
Rooky's wife.. ! Supposing Mrs. Du
i--i i..v ,;-.f nl-or, her in the Biltmore:
V ill - Ilil.l ii.,,,,.. ' .... .
What on earth should she do if Rocky
came, h ick andrepudiated her, ;
She spent hours brooding now on
this sitaiion. She ought to go to
New York and make, some effort to
locate her rightful place. Supposing
her memory never . came back .' .: f or
over a month had passed now. and she
was beginning to lose that first ex
pectancy , that had bouye.1 up her
"P"What is the maker, Doris? You
look pale today. You need rest. .,
"No- no. Tni all rigna- ,r.ys, ":'o
leturning to her nightmare-.imagin-ing-
if Rocky was not her husband
then she . must go hack to the other.
. : "Tell me .what . i? troubling: pyu,
"' '''she considered taking Mrs. Du Val
' into'h-r confidence. If she found out
that Doris had lost Her memory there
was no telling what she would do.. . As
;t was., she was always, talking about
taking Doris. to the doctor, She could
not rell -Mrs. Du, Val now after all
. these weeks of deception.
But -he reallv ought to go into -New
York and see if she couldn't fnd out
something. : Supposing she went . to
Tance's-the .store . where she had
, .o.. nf thp. trousseau. Ine
-i;h.:ts rum ai-..ui-. .u..v-.
nn a 01 ner iiuuics, x'.-i"
You w'ant change- You
some f your friends;
nonsense,", said U.-cai
all these molur accidents
s it isn't safe lor you to
Nt'w Y oik . 1 be last time
was Oil an . M- --- .1.
some clerk there would recognize her,
,n for sure it sne was
t'll ' , , , : rr-i
t.. r 1-,,-i-H n u , inai o
something she must do before. Rocky
home. Ana ne was uue. t
Week' CHAPTER III ;
think I'd like to go into -ew
" ."No." ."....'''!...
' Or to the ciCiitist?" .
', Dori,- said in relief. "Oil yes., 1
ought to gu to the denist."
"We ought all to go nd see the
cientist regularly." said Mrs. Du Val
placidly- We w ill go together in o
town. We will go. to your dentist.' We
Will go to the shops. We will buy
-.i..;'.. i:!r.x which vou need. Will that
be good?" '..
Doris did. not know what to answer.
She was touched by the ( vid. n dtsire
of her mother-in-law to pic :,-o her,
Mrs- I'U Val was. at, once fussy and
grand. This paradox made her lova
ble, But it did not make her a pos
sible companion, for .Doris on her pro
posed tour of investigation into her
own past. She Would not let , Doris
have a minute alone. And at the ..-,:une
time her dignity of character, her
overflow-ing kindness v.uid make it
difficult for Doris, to practice the least
kind of deceit-
Where is your denti-t?" '.: ! I
There- She had already told one lie1
about a . dentist. Now she must make
up something glib. "I haven't a good
one," she said. "Do you know of one?"
jrjoulil she possibly think of . any
reasonable excuse to get away from
Mrs. Du Val in New York?
Mrs. Du Val was looking pleased,
'Yes. I have a very good dentk-t."
She arose and folded away her lace. "I
will tell Oscar .that we are going to
New Y'ork this afternoon. He. will not
like that. He s like a baby. Always
I must be here- We will leave imme
diately after lunch and return for din
ner. Will that do you think- give us
TW;.. did r.ot know. It did not feem
to her that, it would give, any time, at
all, since it, took two hours to get into
New. York, and two more to return.
It wa? after twelve now. If they left
at one they Would get to Nek York at
three. They! would have to leave at
five to get back by seven. Two hours
was something- of course- If she could
find an excuse to g- to Tange's and
see if she 1 could iden:ify : herself
through the hat and dresse,; and suit
she had bought, it would be plenty of
time, cut coum sne oreaK away nvm
Mrs. Du Val and get to-Tange's?
had faith in M if 1
i.l.vel. oni. nt Q I ( J I
beuerevb'uee.M V A
mdiion- which are ivn: mi IB iyj II
'""'Vl.an.l: i:l.in tbo state. Rjgjfvl
n- which will bo offered for 8 . t55
' iiarticul ir interest and apnea .1 ;
stern Canlina residents. You V m
. surprised !o check .t'.e J.ri.V P 4 ; WM
sp. cial off.-riinr--' I OLtfTW&l
,,in,'i, :;,o- lie to all MB fI
I for those out- a lii '.. t
parking lot I ftS W M
. building for' H hi
obile- includ- 9
baMorios. oil and othe;. ae- H WtiT It J
1 1 -. a. bad joined B
ll sat dou n l tho I
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aiiruntlv and .-cut the bulit ihair be-
iim.i him living into -the lock garden
Ills wife lose "See what you have
dune now " she -coided. "Coin sit
oowii and lii.isii your iuncb. Of ei.Ul
. .. w ill tro in At -v.' Vork. ' She smiled
into I toi l, ' agonized tju "It will Ik
aii imh;: He alw ay- icts sj w hen 1
i:a .: to i o . j A l
. "At: i r ;aoch tie ,ig ear came aroun
in li,,.i: , i ', no o o-. ,ii. I i;-eai Du, Ul
trio,' .va, i'v w aU'iied - , liein drive iw a
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Yai ivo.eiie. I herself into the limou-
l irsl tii;ililv 2.20 vi"ilil llu''
clrnini, lull fill, Irippk' slilclii'd.
Iti'inl'oi ccl ill all sIiiiiih-! points,
(icl Iwo pairs of Ihostv a( this
I luce leu hard ood iron-
i! m ware
en's Work Sox
liiiiieii- medium weiuht
tlilv llolloni lor (piuMi
heal in Lt aii"! I m l saving
M,i,l, of lii'im '"iis willi
,:M(I .od Ira mo
'.leu's, win li Micl.s in plain
. ' : 1 terns. ( nbu s : li r u,
!'l,il, anil lor,, b'einl o; i d
Is and I .u s.
Vt V'h Tub
(d number 2 :sh lub
I lidl-diiMiol, boa gauue .
sine ami' -. i ttied he.- (
roui.o -iiort legs'' 1 lorrs
i re:., n w iMiian w as
; over her
knew' that the
with tiie (lUtiiiL'. i'erhuiu m irried to
less exacting hu-Oand she would Iiavu
loved gaiety a;:d niixing with tho
(.'scar Du Val ki-.-ed them botii as
solemnly:, as if he never expected to
see them again,
"I iiel ...ithi-r'ituilty."' said Doris.:'
".W.i.sen.se. It doe- him g'Kd, ' Lt
'roe advise you, ,D )i is, about, you husband-''
In big things, give in lo liiiii.
: ':,c ?" h laa'.'-d liiori., sUniewhat
(ifjuotfully. . She did . in t un.lerstanu
Mr. Du Val's intaning.
"Yes." said Mrs; Du Val, iirinli'. "a!-
vriv4 o-iyo in to. vour husb:md in .
things,, in things tha,.. matter. Let him!
have his own. way amout his work. He
knows best about that.. Let him have
his way about his home. yes. .15 ut in
the little things ah, Doris, in (the lit
tle things the woman must be: the
.Doris said thought fully 'Most n"
pie, seem to think you should do the
her way around? Let him have his:
way about the things that do not. mat
ter, so you con influence him ia the
big things." -
! Mr- Du Val's : right f -ce was over
cast like the quick wrapning of the
sun in a t-loud. "I know. I know il'. i
the theory of the play 'What Every
Woman Knows.' a theory that has
,'r,r,o murVi ; harm, much harm, and
made every empty-headed , little wo
man think it is fhe who is. the greater
and the do-f r if it happens her hus
band has done something good. . Aev
er let ! yourself fall into that error.
Dori-. I know many wornen like that.
Remember whatever Rocky become y:
will be because he himself had it m
him to become that thing." w
Doris felt thrilled and happy. Sure
ly 'this 'trip would set her 'doubts at
rVst. She must be Mrs. Rocky Du Val.
Who else could she he
(To Be Continued.)
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